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Morgan Stanley's Pick promoted to head of institutional securities: memo

Jul 10 2018

NEW YORK Morgan Stanley has promoted Ted Pick to head of its trading and investment banking businesses, the most recent elevation for an executive who has overseen several key initiatives at the Wall Street bank.

Morgan Stanley executives tamp down enthusiasm on record profit

Apr 18 2018

Morgan Stanley reported record first-quarter profit on Wednesday thanks to a surge in trading activity, much like other Wall Street banks, but executives warned results through the rest of the year may not be quite as strong. | Video

Goldman may acquire its way to a bigger consumer bank

Apr 17 2018

NEW YORK Goldman Sachs Group Inc is likely to expand its consumer bank through small acquisitions, its finance chief said on Tuesday, without ruling out the idea that it might buy a traditional lender, too.

Goldman's faith in roaring markets met with skepticism on Wall Street

Apr 17 2018

Goldman Sachs Group Inc is so confident in its recent business boom that it will pause share buybacks in the second quarter and instead use capital to facilitate trades, loans and deals for customers, its finance chief said on Tuesday. | Video

Goldman may acquire its way to a bigger consumer bank

Apr 17 2018

NEW YORK Goldman Sachs Group Inc is likely to expand its consumer bank through small acquisitions, its finance chief said on Tuesday, without ruling out the idea that it might buy a traditional lender, too.

Goldman may acquire its way to a bigger consumer bank

Apr 17 2018

NEW YORK, April 17 Goldman Sachs Group Inc is likely to expand its consumer bank through small acquisitions, its finance chief said on Tuesday, without ruling out the idea that it might buy a traditional lender, too.

Fed orders Wells Fargo to halt growth over compliance issues

Feb 03 2018

WASHINGTON/NEW YORK Wells Fargo & Co detailed new regulatory restrictions imposed by the U.S. Federal Reserve on Friday that sent its shares down sharply in after-hours trading, as the third-largest U.S. bank continues to reel from a sales scandal that erupted in 2016. | Video

SEC looking at fixed-income markets with 'greater focus': Clayton

Nov 28 2017

NEW YORK U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton said on Tuesday that the SEC had formed a group to examine fixed-income markets with the goal of protecting retail investors.

Wells Fargo says closer to reaching $142 mln phony accounts settlement

Jul 10 2017

A California judge has granted a preliminary approval for Wells Fargo & Co's agreement to pay $142 million, and perhaps more, to customers whose credit scores were harmed by its employees creating fake accounts in their names, the bank said on Sunday.

U.S. banks' stress tests may offer comfort in Brexit tumult

Jun 29 2016

NEW YORK The stress tests created for banks by U.S. regulators after the 2008 financial crisis may prove their worth this week, providing a timely message on banks' hardiness in the midst of turbulence over last week's vote by Britain to leave the European Union. | Video

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